Christian Living

Speaking Godís Word over the Schools in Our Nation <BR>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-760-8
Edition: Paperback, 129 Pages
Publication Date: June 13, 2019
If you are dissatisfied with the conditions of the school systems in this nation, then there is a way to help change them. You can be a participant in assisting God to bring about needed change in every school in this nation. Prayer is the basis for bringing the necessary changes to the school systems so that the children and youth attending those schools can experience Godís life. Without Godís life permeating every section of the school systems, the children, youth, teachers, administrators and all involved will only experience the stagnation and death of this world systemís operations. The result is chaos and confusion which gives the enemy easy access to steal, kill and destroy. This book contains 40 prayers based upon Godís Word to effectively pray over every school in this nation. Use this book as a basis for beginning your own prayer group to pray over the children and youth in this nation. God is looking for those who will stand with Him and pray His Word so that He can do His part.
Look What Jesus Did for You <BR>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-755-4
Edition: Paperback, 121 Pages
Publication Date: April 22, 2019
How do children and youth know who they are in Christ Jesus and how do they know what Jesus did for them? They can discover the answers to those questions by reading this book. Ages 10 and up will learn great truths from Godís Word. They will learn how they are composed of three partsóspirit, soul and body. They will understand what being ďborn againĒ means. They will understand the power in the name of Jesus. Beginning with Adam and Eve, the reader will learn what happened when Adam disobeyed God and Godís light in the earth was extinguished. They will also learn how God got His light back in the earth. This world constantly spews out strong language on strong subjects. If children and youth are ever going to stand and become strong Christians, they must know who they are in Christ Jesus. The time for them to learn that is now, not later. Jesus paid the price once and for all for them to know what He did for them so that they can make the choice to choose His life.
Letís Talk About Thoughts <BR>Expanded Edition with Word Puzzles <Br>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-691-5
Edition: Paperback, 158 Pages
Publication Date: May 31, 2017
This book teaches children and youth about the world of thoughts. The reader is challenged to decide whether it is wiser for him to want God to think like him or for him to think like God. In order to think like God, he must know Godís thoughts and those are found in the Bible. Each person has the responsibility of discriminating between thoughts every moment of the day by using the Bible as the guideline for determining which are acceptable thoughts and which are not. God expects His children to think stable and diligent thoughts which lead to His life. He does not expect nor desire His children to think polluted, stupid, dark or chaotic thoughts. Activities are included at the end of most of the chapters which reinforce the information just learned. This book is excellent for homeschoolers, Christian schools, churches and individual study.
Reconcilable Differences <bR>All You Wanted to Know About Hell but Were Afraid to Ask <br>By: Earl K
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-667-0
Edition: Paperback, 205 Pages
Publication Date: September 25, 2016
In 2003 a book of historical fiction became a best seller by exposing a dark secret of the Catholic Church. The DaVinci Code starring Tom Hanks was made into a movie in 2006 that topped the charts and shocked the western world.

Reconcilable Differences is not fiction, but it is a historical account of what I believe to be a far more serious mystery in the history of Christianity. My book is not the only book on this vital subject, or the best, but it is another voice crying in a theological wilderness that exposes the enigma of the best kept secret in Christendom. It contains a revelation that could change your life.

We have been told for 1,500 years that the dogma of hell is inevitable. If you read this book with an open mind you may come to find the dogma of hell to be impossible.
Letís Talk About Bullying <BR>Expanded Edition with Word Puzzles <br>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-631-1
Edition: Paperback, 169 Pages
Publication Date: January 21, 2016
This book exposes the truth about bullying and how it affects those who have encounters with it. Children and teenagers discover how to react to bullying tactics as well as identify them so that they can avoid choosing that pathway. The Word of God has the answers for those who must face bullying tactics. God expects His children to stand in the knowledge of who they are in Christ Jesus and endure persecution by walking through it, not bowing to it. Review questions and word puzzles are included at the end of each chapter to reinforce the information just learned. This book is an excellent tool for parents to use in discussing the topic of bullying with their children, plus it is an asset to any Childrenís Church/Youth Ministry program, Sunday School class, and Christian school.
Letís Talk About Honor and Peer Pressure <BR>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-612-0
Edition: Paperback, 265 Pages
Publication Date: January 13, 2016
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This book combines two topics on honor and peer pressure. Walking in honor is a day-by-day choice. Each person must decide if he or she is going to daily choose Godís way which is the honor way. In order to walk in honor, one must understand what honor is. This book discusses topics of walking in honor such as authority, character, foolishness, vandalism, lying, and the occult. On the topic of peer pressure, children and teenagers discover exactly what peer pressure is and its consequences. They learn the importance of making the decision to refuse to bow to peer pressure and how they can turn and walk away from it. This book gives ages 10 and up a strong spiritual foundation for becoming all God wants them to be. Each chapter contains review questions at the end plus word puzzles which reinforce the information just learned.
Letís Talk About Obedience <bR>Expanded Edition with Word Puzzles <br>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-602-1
Edition: Paperback, 174 Pages
Publication Date: August 6, 2015
Obedience is Godís way of getting His blessings into our lives. What does Godís Word say about His views on obedience? This book, written for children, teenagers, and anyone who hungers for more of God, explores the topic of obedience. Discussed are the definition of the word ďobedience,Ē ďgang mentality,Ē the rewards of obedience, obeying without questioning, being armed and dangerous to the enemy, rebellion and slothfulnessóenemies to obedience, arrogance, and your level of obedience. Obedience is an open door inviting God in while disobedience is a shut door denying Him entrance. Review questions and word puzzles are included at the end of each chapter to reinforce the information just learned. This book is an excellent tool for parents to use in discussing the topic of obedience with their children, plus it is an asset to any Childrenís Church/Youth Ministry program, Sunday School class, and Christian school.
Letís Talk About Anger and Gossip <BR>Expanded Edition with Word Puzzles <br>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-596-3
Edition: Paperback, 228 Pages
Publication Date: July 15, 2015
Both anger and gossip use speech in their manifestations in a personís life. Anger is an emotion that God expects each person to handle according to His Word. Gossip is using speech in a negative way against another person. Children and teenagers learn that for them to allow anger to express itself without setting boundaries grieves the Holy Spirit, as well as, opens the door for trouble to come into their lives. Anger and gossip can be controlled. God expects each person to exercise self-control in his own life and refuse the enemyís invitation to manifest the emotion of anger anytime he wishes and refuse the enemyís invitation to gossip about another person. Review questions and word puzzles are included at the end of each chapter to reinforce the information just learned.
Letís Talk About Words <BR>Expanded Edition with Word Puzzles <BR>By: Carolyn B. Anderson
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-586-4
Edition: Paperback, 226 Pages
Publication Date: April 1, 2015
The Kingdom of God operates on the power of Godís Word. When we donít speak in a manner which matches Godís Word, we can cause things which are needed for completing a task to ďplay a gameĒ with our lives. Speaking wrong words can undo what God has planned for us. This book written for ages 10 and up discusses the topic of words and how God wants His best for us which begins with our desiring to speak right words. Review questions and word puzzles are included at the end of each chapter to reinforce the information just learned.
Prayers from the Heart <BR>Forming Lay-led Inner Healing Groups <BR>By: Patricia Harper Cummings
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-559-8
Edition: Paperback, 183 Pages
Publication Date: July 9, 2014
Though neither a psychologist nor a pastor, in this book, the author writes from the viewpoint of a lay minister of inner healing. She has had extensive training and experience and approaches the subject from what she calls ďa gentle charismaticĒ viewpoint. As the reader turns the pages through the chapters from the ďwhos?Ē to ďwhys?Ē to ďhow tos,Ē this book may also serve as a way in which God will search out the readerís own heart. As the original editor, Tom Denbo, put it, ďThe Holy Spirit was continually ministering to me as I read . . . often I had to stop because I couldnít see the screen through my tears . . . Those who have suffered greatly in the Lord have a quality of ministry that is like no other. This work has that quality. It has the fragrance of a life work poured out before the Lord.Ē